A middle school in Putnam County is using new software that alerts school administrators to potential threats on Facebook as a way to combat bullying.
Bloomington hosted its third annual “Stand Down” Thursday for veterans within the community and surrounding areas.
More than half of the nation’s fast food workers use public aid programs to support their families according to a new labor study released Tuesday.
While Indiana's corn yields are looking up, soybean yields may be below average this year.
Fifteen public schools are joining the State in suing the IRS and other federal agencies over the Affordable Care Act.
Solar panels will provide 60% of the energy at the Owen Valley Winery.
The Freedom From Religion Foundation wants the town of Ellettsville to remove a cross from its official seal.
Results of the 2013 ISTEP+ test indicate 73.5 percent of students statewide passed the standardized tests, an increase of about 2 percent from 2012.
Tourism is having a growing impact on Columbus’ economy with more than $240 million spent last year alone.
The J.D. Marshall Nature Preserve includes a ship that sank in 1911 as well as the 100 acres of water surrounding it.